Sedje Hemon (born Sedje Frank)
XX century Dutch violinist, professor and composer, born in Rotterdam in 1923, died in 2011 in The Hague. She studied the violin at the Amsterdam Conservatory under Professor Jewssey Wulf and contemporary music under F. Travis and Iannis Xenakis. She was a professor of integration, panting, music and dance and at one time the only professor of the panpipes in the world. Her compositions were played in several European countries and she appeared on radio and television. She contributed to musical magazines.
Works for wind ensemble:
Concerto for oboe and eight wind instruments